I am confused about the I/V Conversion at the output of this DAC (PCM1798)
In the electrical characteristics section, a dc output current (called "Center Current") of -3.5 mA is given, for zero output. In another DAC we have used(AD1955), this negative current specification is known to actually stand for current flowing into the device, so I am interpreting this specification also as current into the device.
As far as I can see, the output voltage at I_OUTL- is 0V, which means that the "Center Current" of 3.5 mA would have to flow into the device with zero voltage drop, since the DAC is only supplied with 5V to GND.
There is an evaluation board for this particular DAC, and in that circuit a different configuration is used, where the voltage at I_OUTL- is roughly 0.7V, which would allow current flow into the DAC (the part number on the schematic is different, but the document states that it is valid also for the PCM1798) The eval board is called "DEM-DSD1796/PCM1795/PCM1796/PCM1798" by the way.
Now the question: How is it possible to use the I/V conversion shown in the typical application circuit? (image above)